By  on May 25, 2010

WASHINGTON — Congress will consider legislation to crack down on textile import fraud, which is battering the weakened domestic industry.

Yarn spinners and denim fabric makers said they have suffered major damage from the increasing illegal activity that undercuts their $10.2 billion export business to Central America, Mexico and four Andean countries, all of which have duty preferences with the U.S.

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